BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-// iCalcreator 2.18// BEGIN:VEVENT UID:20190521T014813EDT-1723scvPVl@ DTSTAMP:20190521T054813Z DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n Growth on the Horizon is a student-initiated\, arts-based project aimed at understanding\, addressing\, and healing from rape cultu re and gendered violence on campuses across Montreal. Co-created and coord inated by Cassie Jones (Anthropology) and Sofia Misenheimer (MA Communicat ion Studies\; Women's and Gender Studies)\, the goal of the project is to bring together survivors\, students\, artists\, allies\, community organiz ers\, faculty\, staff\, and administration to develop policy solutions\, p edagogical strategies\, and knowledge mobilization approaches that respond to the need for individual\, collective and institutional forms of healin g and care.\n\n Ayesha Vemuri and Arianne Kent\, who are research assistant s on the IMPACTS Project\, are participating at the event and showcasing t heir work from IMPACTS. The launch on March 22 at McGill features over 30 interactive arts-based workshops\, activities\, and installations facilita ted by collaborating student groups\, university offices\, and local organ izations. All are welcome!\n\n\nSupported by the Institute for Gender\, Se xuality\, and Feminist Studies (IGSF)\, in collaboration with the Atwater Library and Computer Centre’s project “Addressing Gender-based Sexual Viol ence on Campuses in Montreal\,” and many student organizations across the city\, including the IMPACTS Project\, Growth on the Horizon stems from a three-year Status of Women Canada initiative to develop viable policy solu tions\, pedagogical strategies\, and knowledge mobilization approaches to educational safety and wellness. \n\n\n For more information\, please view the press release or consult the following resources:\n\n Facebook event\n W orkshop/presentation schedule\n Instagram account \n  \n\n DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180322 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180322 SUMMARY:Growth on the Horizon URL: END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR